(WAFF) - Cloud cover will slowly increase overnight leaving us partly cloudy and not as cold. Morning low temperatures will be in the low to mid 30s.
Patchy fog may be an issue but will not be as widespread and as dense as what we saw Tuesday morning. Some spots that fall below freezing can see some patchy freezing fog.
Mostly cloudy to overcast skies are expected on Wednesday with seasonal high temperatures in the low to mid 50s. A center of low pressure will move in from the desert southwest and will bring ample moisture with it.
Rain showers will begin to form Thursday after noon and will become heavier and more widespread by Friday morning. Friday will be a soggy day with widespread rainfall and high temperatures in the middle to upper 50s. ¾” to 2”+ of rainfall will be possible through Saturday afternoon when the rain showers finally end. Mostly cloudy skies are expected Sunday with highs in the middle 50s.
Next week is looking quiet and dry with highs temperatures trending above average.